- Words: 3430
- Length: 12 Pages
- Topic: Psychology
- Paper #: 25407845
However, counselors must be careful not to take advantage of a suffering individual" in their moment of need (Monroe, 2007).
In fact, recent developments in the world of counseling seem to suggest a merging of secular science (psychology, etc.), postmodern world-views, humanism, and Biblical therapy. While there are always definitive characteristics that set Biblical therapy apart (reliance on a higher power, goals towards spirituality, etc.) one of the most important